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After a recent uptick in web nastiness, Scott and Matt devote this week's episode into trying to figure out why so many photographers seem so outraged at everything…. And everyone but Scott suddenly forgets how to pronounce "anonymity." Plus, new tour dates are announced and Scott and Matt get the audience's take on Plug-Ins. NOTE: Only one episode left before the 4-week hiatus so "play nice!" ;) Links from the show: Mpix Ktlive http://kel.by/MattGplus http://kel.by/onGplus Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

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After a recent uptick in web nastiness, Scott and Matt devote this week's episode into trying to figure out why so many photographers seem so outraged at everything…. And everyone but Scott suddenly forgets how to pronounce "anonymity." Plus, new tour dates are announced and Scott and Matt get the audience's take on Plug-Ins. NOTE: Only one episode left before the 4-week hiatus so "play nice!" ;) Links from the show: Mpix Ktlive http://kel.by/MattGplus http://kel.by/onGplus Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

Jeffrey Snyder, the personal account executive for members of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) swings by on his way to the Tampa airport to say hello. This week's topic: Stop sweating stuff only other photographers will ever notice. NOTE: No live show next week. We're all at Photoshop World! Links from the show: Ryan Schude Photoshop World Adorama Compositing Secrets Jeffrey Snyder's Twitter Mpix onOne OlloClip NAPP Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

The Grid: Episode 22 – Stop Sweating The Small Stuff close

Jeffrey Snyder, the personal account executive for members of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) swings by on his way to the Tampa airport to say hello. This week's topic: Stop sweating stuff only other photographers will ever notice. NOTE: No live show next week. We're all at Photoshop World! Links from the show: Ryan Schude Photoshop World Adorama Compositing Secrets Jeffrey Snyder's Twitter Mpix onOne OlloClip NAPP Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

Pete Collins makes his debut on The Grid. Today's topic: How do you feel about unsolicited critiques of your work online? Scott also talks about the launch of his newest iPad-only magazine, Light It! Links from the show: Scott's G+ account Light It magazine Photoshop World Matt's Book Image Wizards Hahnemuhle Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

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Pete Collins makes his debut on The Grid. Today's topic: How do you feel about unsolicited critiques of your work online? Scott also talks about the launch of his newest iPad-only magazine, Light It! Links from the show: Scott's G+ account Light It magazine Photoshop World Matt's Book Image Wizards Hahnemuhle Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

Scott is back from his European seminar tour and is joined by Matt and PSW Instructor, Rich Harrington. Today's topic: "C'mon… Admit it… You use Photoshop" - a lively discussion about why Photoshop is still seen as a taboo addition to photography by some, regardless of the fact that ~every~ photographer uses it. The discussion turns to "digital vs. darkroom"… And then careens right off the rails as Scott regales the audience with a lovely song about Brad's experience in Amsterdam. (NOTE: He's totally joking). Links from the show: Rich Harrington Jill Greenberg Photoshop Wars at PSW Glyn Dewis Webinar Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

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Scott is back from his European seminar tour and is joined by Matt and PSW Instructor, Rich Harrington. Today's topic: "C'mon… Admit it… You use Photoshop" - a lively discussion about why Photoshop is still seen as a taboo addition to photography by some, regardless of the fact that ~every~ photographer uses it. The discussion turns to "digital vs. darkroom"… And then careens right off the rails as Scott regales the audience with a lovely song about Brad's experience in Amsterdam. (NOTE: He's totally joking). Links from the show: Rich Harrington Jill Greenberg Photoshop Wars at PSW Glyn Dewis Webinar Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

RC joins Matt in the studio while Scott's seminar tour touches down in Germany. The guys are joined by iconic Sports Illustrated photographer, Bill Frakes to comment on a discussion that RC and Matt have been going back and forth on for a few days… "What's on your Wall." What ensues is a spirited debate representing many points of view. Things really start heating up when the topic shifted slightly to nude photos… and then they just got plain old hilarious. Links from the show: Bill Frakes Matt & RC's Flickr Group Mpix Adorama Photoshop World Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

The Grid: Episode 19 – Bill Frakes close

RC joins Matt in the studio while Scott's seminar tour touches down in Germany. The guys are joined by iconic Sports Illustrated photographer, Bill Frakes to comment on a discussion that RC and Matt have been going back and forth on for a few days… "What's on your Wall." What ensues is a spirited debate representing many points of view. Things really start heating up when the topic shifted slightly to nude photos… and then they just got plain old hilarious. Links from the show: Bill Frakes Matt & RC's Flickr Group Mpix Adorama Photoshop World Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

When RC joins Scott on the set, you know you're in for a controversy-studded, mirth-filled, epic episode, and this one is all that and an x100 camera strap. After an interesting discussion on Google+, RC chugs his Red Bull and dives into a topic that has been discussed heavily around the office - the Fuji x100. Scott & RC are definitely on the other side of public opinion on this one and they illustrate that honestly, and quite hilariously, with the 5 Stages of Owning a Fuji x100. Special thanks to Brian Mataish from onOne software for being such a good sport and donating a killer prize! Watch to find out how to win! Links from the show: Photoshop Compositing Secrets by Matt Kloskowski KelbyTraining LIVE Photoshopworld Manfrotto Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

The Grid: Episode 18 – Fuji X100 close

When RC joins Scott on the set, you know you're in for a controversy-studded, mirth-filled, epic episode, and this one is all that and an x100 camera strap. After an interesting discussion on Google+, RC chugs his Red Bull and dives into a topic that has been discussed heavily around the office - the Fuji x100. Scott & RC are definitely on the other side of public opinion on this one and they illustrate that honestly, and quite hilariously, with the 5 Stages of Owning a Fuji x100. Special thanks to Brian Mataish from onOne software for being such a good sport and donating a killer prize! Watch to find out how to win! Links from the show: Photoshop Compositing Secrets by Matt Kloskowski KelbyTraining LIVE Photoshopworld Manfrotto Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

Scott Kelby returns to The Grid… with his guitar, that he wants to give it to you! During yesterday's live episode Scott announced his second charity guitar raffle to benefit Springs of Hope: Kenya. After some excited conversations from the audience about Photoshop World - Las Vegas, Scott and Matt launched into the show's main topic: Will cell phones eventually replace "point & shoots?" A lot of links were mentioned and you can find them all here below the summary. Plus, find out how to win a ticket to your choice of Photoshop World Las Vegas, or either one of Scott's European seminar tour dates via Twitter. Leave a comment on this week's show to win a copy of Matt's newest book, Photoshop Compositing Secrets. Links from the show: Win Scott's Guitar: Springs of hope raffle Photoshop World Early Bird Deadline ends Aug. 5th Scott's European Tour Photoshop Compositing Secrets Joe McNally's Blog Cell phone lenses on Photojojo Olloclip lenses The funniest looking iPhone lens the world has ever seen Colby Brown post on G+ for Photographers Springs of Hope Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

The Grid: Episode 17 – Will Cell Phones Replace Point and Shoots? close

Scott Kelby returns to The Grid… with his guitar, that he wants to give it to you! During yesterday's live episode Scott announced his second charity guitar raffle to benefit Springs of Hope: Kenya. After some excited conversations from the audience about Photoshop World - Las Vegas, Scott and Matt launched into the show's main topic: Will cell phones eventually replace "point & shoots?" A lot of links were mentioned and you can find them all here below the summary. Plus, find out how to win a ticket to your choice of Photoshop World Las Vegas, or either one of Scott's European seminar tour dates via Twitter. Leave a comment on this week's show to win a copy of Matt's newest book, Photoshop Compositing Secrets. Links from the show: Win Scott's Guitar: Springs of hope raffle Photoshop World Early Bird Deadline ends Aug. 5th Scott's European Tour Photoshop Compositing Secrets Joe McNally's Blog Cell phone lenses on Photojojo Olloclip lenses The funniest looking iPhone lens the world has ever seen Colby Brown post on G+ for Photographers Springs of Hope Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

Scott's still out on the road so RC sits in once again, chugs a Red Bull and "testifies!" Actually, the conversation about Fuji x100 proved to be quite an interesting debate about everything from form, to function, to all things "retro." The main topic: "Is Color Management Dead?" with call-in guest Dan Steinhardt from Epson could've lasted another hour at least as Dan fielded questions from the live viewers and discussed everything from color calibration to how to keep your inkjet nozzles clean. Leave a comment for a chance to win a Spyder3 Print SR! Links from the show: PhotoshopWorld Dan's Class on Kelby Training Fujifilm FinePix x100 Dan Steinhardt Spyder3 Dave Cross Workshops Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

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Scott's still out on the road so RC sits in once again, chugs a Red Bull and "testifies!" Actually, the conversation about Fuji x100 proved to be quite an interesting debate about everything from form, to function, to all things "retro." The main topic: "Is Color Management Dead?" with call-in guest Dan Steinhardt from Epson could've lasted another hour at least as Dan fielded questions from the live viewers and discussed everything from color calibration to how to keep your inkjet nozzles clean. Leave a comment for a chance to win a Spyder3 Print SR! Links from the show: PhotoshopWorld Dan's Class on Kelby Training Fujifilm FinePix x100 Dan Steinhardt Spyder3 Dave Cross Workshops Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

Matt is joined by RC Concepcion and the topic of the day is Copyrights, but before they get to that, yesterday's guest post on Scott Kelby's blog from Brian Matiash sparks an interesting discussion on putting some perspective on social media. Links from the show: BrianMatiash.com Scott's blog post 500px.com Digimarc.com Tineye.com onOnesoftware.com Kelbytraining.com/books Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

The Grid: Episode 15 – Copyrights close

Matt is joined by RC Concepcion and the topic of the day is Copyrights, but before they get to that, yesterday's guest post on Scott Kelby's blog from Brian Matiash sparks an interesting discussion on putting some perspective on social media. Links from the show: BrianMatiash.com Scott's blog post 500px.com Digimarc.com Tineye.com onOnesoftware.com Kelbytraining.com/books Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

Scott's on the road this week but he prepared a special taped segment to address something in last week's episode. Meanwhile, back in the studio, Matt Kloskowski is joined by phenomenal and inspirational photographer, Joel Grimes. Quotes from the show started flooding Twitter the moment Joel opened his mouth. Truly an inspirational show! Links from the show: http://www.joelgrimes.com/ http://www.animoto.com/ http://www.mpix.com/ Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

The Grid: Episode 14 – Joel Grimes close

Scott's on the road this week but he prepared a special taped segment to address something in last week's episode. Meanwhile, back in the studio, Matt Kloskowski is joined by phenomenal and inspirational photographer, Joel Grimes. Quotes from the show started flooding Twitter the moment Joel opened his mouth. Truly an inspirational show! Links from the show: http://www.joelgrimes.com/ http://www.animoto.com/ http://www.mpix.com/ Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

Welcome back to Season 2 of The Grid! Joe McNally joins Scott and Matt in the studio to kick the season off with a heated and highly controversial subject of late – Copyright protection, photographer's rights and the unfair bashing and misconceptions populating the net about Jay Maisel. Plus, leave a comment on KelbyTV.com/thegrid to win a copy of Joe McNally's newest DVD. Links from the show: Watch The Grid on your ipad with Cloudbrowse Watch The Grid on your iPad with Skyfire Joe McNally's Blog Joe McNally's Photography Snapseedfrom Nik Software KelbyTrainingLIVE.com KelbyTraining classes on legal issues and copyrights Etch A Sketch® iPad & iPhone cases Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

The Grid: Episode 13 – Joe McNally close

Welcome back to Season 2 of The Grid! Joe McNally joins Scott and Matt in the studio to kick the season off with a heated and highly controversial subject of late – Copyright protection, photographer's rights and the unfair bashing and misconceptions populating the net about Jay Maisel. Plus, leave a comment on KelbyTV.com/thegrid to win a copy of Joe McNally's newest DVD. Links from the show: Watch The Grid on your ipad with Cloudbrowse Watch The Grid on your iPad with Skyfire Joe McNally's Blog Joe McNally's Photography Snapseedfrom Nik Software KelbyTrainingLIVE.com KelbyTraining classes on legal issues and copyrights Etch A Sketch® iPad & iPhone cases Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

On the season finale of The Grid, Matt Kloskowski is joined by wedding photographer extraordinaire, David Ziser for a lively discussion on Facebook, iPads and other tech. Things really heat up at the 45 minute mark when the conversation turns to the state of wedding photography today. As you can imagine, this conversation could've gone on for another hour at the very least and it made for a great way to end the season. We'll be back near the end of June. See you in a month! Links from the show: David Ziser's blog Card Reader for iPad iTextPhoto Zite Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)

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On the season finale of The Grid, Matt Kloskowski is joined by wedding photographer extraordinaire, David Ziser for a lively discussion on Facebook, iPads and other tech. Things really heat up at the 45 minute mark when the conversation turns to the state of wedding photography today. As you can imagine, this conversation could've gone on for another hour at the very least and it made for a great way to end the season. We'll be back near the end of June. See you in a month! Links from the show: David Ziser's blog Card Reader for iPad iTextPhoto Zite Audio-Only version Download Audio Only (In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)